Creating a beautiful home doesn't have to be difficult or painstaking.
This coffee table features a true flowing stream within it.
The kitchen is the most utilized room in your home. It's worthy of these upgrades to make it feel perfect.
Radiators can actually be made to look modern, and blend in with any home decor.
Utilizing a see-through display, this desk design blends into its environment.
Key reasons to bring elements of wellness into your home.
A new way to deal with wood scraps, creating unique pieces of furniture that reduce waste.
Smart, useful, and handy ways to use interior design to improve a space.
Minimalism, warm light, and natural elements can add to a warm and cozy space.
Looking for some added excitement for your home? A ping pong table could be the fun solution to your problems.
No matter what your personal style may be, there are many ways to make your garden look fabulous.
The Orient Express is returning soon with a lavish overhaul to its original train carriages.
A clever and streamlined way to repurpose LEGOs.
Architectural visualizations are a great way to plan for your next home build or remodel.
Transforming used chopsticks into useful, beautiful homeware.
Giving styrofoam a second life with these minimal, hand-made furniture items.
Dwell, the architecture and design magazine, has been publishing articles about other people’s homes for over 20 years. Now they figured they’d get into the game, with the aptly named …
There's something lifelike about the Mantis Dining Chair, by designer Troy Smith.
If you haven't taken a peek at the Moss and Fog Shop lately, we suggest you do!
Stick with us as we share some interesting furniture ideas.
After a few years underwater, sea life has clearly adapted to the building's presence.
Sustainable building designs are an emerging trend that most homeowners want to implement.
The Panton Chair is considered one of the masterpieces of Danish design.
Made from found ocean plastic, these topographic tables are one of a kind.
We find it pretty impressive what contrasting colors and forms can do to your psyche.